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  Reply # 838745 18-Jun-2013 15:47
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I would get a larger ssd. I have a 128 and find it too small, even when using for just windows and software.

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  Reply # 839230 19-Jun-2013 12:12
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Ideally with the SSD that size you would not be installing every single bit of software on it. That is what your secondary drive is for.




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  Reply # 846485 27-Jun-2013 23:14
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shadybrothers: Ideally with the SSD that size you would not be installing every single bit of software on it. That is what your secondary drive is for.


I think it is a good idea to install all your software on the same SSD, as it is all stored on the same drive, and it will  load faster. Normal data though should be stored on a separate drive. 

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